Thanks Dieter,

Actually what I am trying to run away from is the "packing monster" ;-)

I want to be able to use an OO database without the inconvenience of having
it growing out of control and then having to spend hours packing the
database every once in a while. (I do a lot of writes in my DBs). Do this
Holy grail of databases exist? :-)


On Jan 22, 2008 5:35 PM, Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Flavio Coelho wrote at 2008-1-22 10:57 -0200:
> > ...
> >Can anyone tell me if PGstorage is stable enough for production use?
> I expect that it will behave similar to "OracleStorage".
> "OracleStorage" was abandoned because it was almost an order
> or magnitude slower than "FileStorage".
> Carefully think whether you really need pickle data in a
> relational database (rather than in the file system).
> --
> Dieter

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